noun, plural in·tri·gants [in-tri-guh nts; French an-tree-gahn] /ˈɪn trɪ gənts; French ɛ̃ triˈgɑ̃/.
Origin of intrigant
Examples from the Web for intriguant
Historical Examples of intriguant
But he was essentially—here is the secret—essentially an intriguant.Godolphin, Complete
As for Fanny, there was nothing of the intriguant about her.Fanny Herself
Thus, though generally esteemed an able diplomatist, he had the cunning of the intriguant, and not the providence of a statesman.Rienzi
Edward Bulwer Lytton